Masking-taped onto the back of this 3-inch-wide pinback button is the notation “Patty 5-17-82,” but even that clue hasn’t helped me pin down its origin.
I suspect “Patty” and other wearers might have been participating in a conference or research project on the Cherokee language.
— Never the twain shall meet — except in the Barbecue Battle Box.
— Appalachia without “feisty Grannies.”
— Artist’s scissors await donated Confederate flags.
— iPhone tosses lifeline to Cherokee language.
— Bamboo pickles no longer a Wilkes County secret.
— Wilmington welcomes “Blue Velvet” reunion.
— “We’re not a secret society. We’re a society with a few secrets.”